Don’t Use My Name For Personal Interests – Mahama Warns

Former President John Dramani Mahama has cautioned members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) seeking to solicit information from other party executives and members under the pretext that they are being sponsored by him to desist from such acts.

A statement from the office of the former President indicated that “some members of the party are seeking to solicit information from executives and members of the NDC, claiming that they are being sponsored by the Office of HE John Dramani Mahama.”

The statement , which was signed by special aide to the President , Joyce Mogtari, advised the culprits to desist from such acts, saying “we wish to strongly advise them to desist from such acts of impersonation and misinformation, particularly as we all continue to work towards reorganizing the party across the country.”

The statement further indicated that, the President “had not constituted any team to undertake a post Kwesi Botchwey Committee survey” as it is being reported.

The 13-member Kwesi Botcwey committee set up by the NDC to probe its defeat in the 2016 election presented its findings to the National Executive Council (NEC) in June.

As part of its recommendation, the committee asked the party to take a holistic look at the party’s biometric electoral register.

The statement from the office of the former President is below

The Office of HE John Dramani Mahama wishes to inform all members, supporters and sympathisers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) that the Former President has not constituted any team to undertake a post Kwesi Botchwey Committee survey.

We have over the last week received reports from across the country about the activities of some members of the Party seeking to solicit information from executives and members of the NDC, claiming that they are being sponsored by the Office of HE John Dramani Mahama.

We wish to strongly advise them to desist from such acts of impersonation and misinformation, particularly as we all continue to work towards reorganizing the Party across the country.

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(Via: CitiFM Online Ghana)

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